Museum Welcomes 2022 Seasonal Interpreters

This summer, you may see a few new friendly faces around the museum.  The Alberta Aviation Museum proudly welcomes its seasonal Visitor Services Interpreters, Jade, Dylan, and Mélody.

Jade Edwards-Modry with plane in background Jade Edwards-Modry

In the fall, Jade will be finishing her Bachelor of Science in anthropology at the University of Victoria, focusing on archaeology and museum studies. She has experience with archaeological excavations and she is now broadening her museum experience here at the Alberta Aviation Museum. Born and raised in Edmonton, she is very excited to learn from such an amazing team in a familiar museum setting.

Dylan Parker with plane in background

Dylan Parker

Dylan is passionate about history and teaching others about history. He is excited to be working here as a Visitor Services Interpreter as it provides the opportunity to learn and teach about the history of Blatchford Field. Dylan believes that historical preservation is important. When relaxing he enjoys reading, especially fantasy, watching TV and hanging out with friends and family. He also enjoys collecting coins and old books.

Mélody Couture

Mélody hails from Montreal.  She recently joined the team as part of the YMCA Summer Student Exchange Program.  She is currently studying history at Collège d’enseignement général et professionnel

Summer is now upon us and the museum is open 7-days a week.  Be sure to pay us a visit and say hello to our new team members as they work diligently to provide you with endless memorable experiences at Edmonton’s favourite downtown museum.